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sroijosij @ Hyde Park Hotel

North Perth, Western Australia, Australia

North Perth, Western Australia, Australia

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"The New Invincibles' debut album celebrates and practises everything that is good, honourable about the garage arts. This album rocks, seriously, with plenty of fun."

- Patrick Emery, PBS 106.7FM, March 2005.

"Legs Eleven is a Frankenstein monster of 60's garage organ, 80's buzz saw guitars and crazed and dislocated vocal howls, all unleashed in unwiedy but glorious garage rock fashion. In-the-red from the opening note to the final crash of the keys, the Perth four-piece bear the torch of The Sonics and Radio Birdman admirably with 30 minutes of swagger and strychnine"

- Carl Snatch, "Time Off" Magazine - Brisbane, Qld, March 2005.

"Somewhere along the journey they decided to ignore what is going on in the rest of the world and just concentrate on their own particular passions, part of the reason that they're such a great band. One cannot help but feel that despite their own best efforts someone influential is going to relise just how good these guys are, offer them a heap of money and bugger the whole thing up"

"....there is an oddness and purity here that's glorious. Long may they do what they do."

- Paul McCarthy, "Groove" Magazine - Perth WA, March 2005.

"........ a damn fine rock and roll record, with fuzz and Leslie'd Hammond organ applied.

“Legs Eleven” was recorded live to four and eight-track tape and sounds raw and immediate with minimal polish. The trendies won't like it so you probably will.

- The Barman, "I94 Bar"- December 2005.

"Sonically supercharged garagefuzz that belongs somewhere between 60s psych and Detroit's classic rock'n'roll sound. The lethal mix of shitraw geetars, hammond organ, punk attitude and catchy uptempo tunes is truly awesome. Man, the 2 first tracks, ”Fist” and ”Teargas”, totally grabbed my testicles and squeezed'em like Olga with a bad case of PMS. And lo and behold the nut grip continued all through the 12 (that's a hidden track) tunes. OUCH! Damn Aussie cavemen. One of the best releases from Off The Hip I've ever heard. "

- Jens, "Lowcut" Magazine #31 - February 2006.


Mid 2009 New CD to be released.

"Legs Eleven" (2005). Originally released in February 2005 on The New Invincibles' own label, Casa Del Diablo Records. Re-released September 2005 on Off The Hip Records for international sales and distribution.

"Far From Talented" (2001). Collection of demos and other rarities. Originally released on Casa Del Diablo Records.



Screaming out of the garage of Casa Del Diablo like a fuel injected suicide machine, The New Invincibles have been laying a rubber road across Western Australia's live music scene since 1999.

Once described as ? and the Mysterians meet Motorhead, The New Invincibles have been driving under the influence of garage greats like The Sonics, The Stooges, Beefheart and MC5.

Since their inception The New Invincibles have gigged regularly around Perth including shows with Mudhoney, The Meanies, Asteroid B612 and Johnny Casino. They were also invited to play at 2004 Wild Weekend festival held in Benidorm, Spain.

Along the way The New Invincibles released two full Length CDs; "Far from Talented" (2001) and the critically acclaimed "Legs Eleven" (2005) on their Casa Del Diablo label. Legs Eleven was re-released through Off The Hip Records in September 2005.

What ever it is The New Invincibles have got....they got it raw!